September 17/2017. Trudy Morgan-Cole chats with Sharon Bala and Bridget in Episode 9 of Shelf Esteem.
September 14/2017. Shout-out from The Coast: Word on the Street’s best.
August 24/2017. Susan Gibson reviews The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes in her blog, A Year of Books.
July 27/2017. Water from Stones mentioned in IndieWire: Fantasia’s Frontieres Market: The Best Horror Films Yet to Be Made.
July 24/2017. Review from Trudy Morgan-Cole at Compulsive Overreader: The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes, by Bridget Canning
July 6/2017. Review from Atlantic Books Today. The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes: What Would You Do If a Man Started Shooting?
June 15, 2107. The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes is one of Atlantic Books Today’s 2107 Summer Picks.
June 14, 2017. Bridget is taking part in this year’s Ottawa International Writers Festival.
June 1, 2017. Review of The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes by Naomi MacKinnon at Consumed by Ink. “It’s fun, smart, thought-provoking, and very relevant to the world we live in right now.”
June 1, 2017. Eva Crocker for The Overcast: Bridget Canning’s Killer Debut, The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes.
May 16, 2017. The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes “an excellent debut novel” from The Miramichi Reader.
May 13, 2017. ” “The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes” is crafted with immediate, often urgent, writing, a satisfying read, and good work.” Joan Sullivan reviews The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes for The Telegram.
May 12, 2017. Your Greatest Hits (and Misses) Online: Ellen Curtis reflects on tragedy in the public eye and The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes.
April 19th, 2017. In this article from the Newfoundland Quarterly, Bridget writes about the ideas behind The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes.
April 10th, 2017. In episode three of Trudy Morgan-Coles’ podcast, Shelf Esteem, Trudy Morgan-Coles, Robert Chafe and Meg Coles discuss what they’re reading and what’s coming up – some kind words on The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes.
From March 2017, Bridget was one the winners of this year’s From Our Dark Side genre concept competition.
From February, 2107: A nice write up from The Overcast on Bridget as this year’s winner of the Cox and Palmer Literary Award.